[Pro] Ken Burns Effect?

What action do I need to create this effect?

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Kelly


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Hi Kelly,
You can do this soft of thing using JavaScript although I don’t know of any actions that will do this at the moment. The example you mentioned was done in Flash. I posted this brief guide on how to do this in Easy Web Animator a while ago; Ken Burns effect
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Tim.

On 23 Sep 2011, at 17:32, Kelly Crossley wrote:

What action do I need to create this effect?
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Hi Kelly,

The Ken Burns effect is one of the transition effects available with wowslider. It is a jQuery and is fairly straightforward to put together.

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Very cool. Thanks Bryan!


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Is JQuery supported by most browsers?


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jQuery is a JavaScript framework, similar to Prototype + Scriptaculous (which Freeway ships with), that aims to remove the differences between browsers’ implementation of JavaScript and the DOM, and to give developers a clean level base to build their applications upon. I believe it supports the same set of browsers as Prototype, namely IE 6+, Safari 2+, Firefox 3+, Opera 9+ (and by extension, any browser built upon those core browsers, like Camino, Chrome, OmniWeb, etc.).

The thing you need to think about, as a Freeway user, is whether you plan to use any of the built-in or third-party Actions that leverage the Prototype + Scriptaculous stack already. If you do, then you need to run screaming from anything built on jQuery. It’s not that they are explicitly incompatible – they can be made to work together by enabling a feature of jQuery called noConflict() – but that either one of them will do the job, and using both of them in the same page is a huge load and drain on your visitors’ browsers (particularly mobile browsers). Ask yourself whether you would prefer a blank page that “weighs” 320K or a blank page that “weighs” ~600K. That’s before you add any pictures, text, or much of anything else.

Walter

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Is JQuery supported by most browsers?


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I would prefer to keep everything as streamlined as possible. What third party action do you recommend Walter?


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